Home > News & Opinion > Specials > 2013 > DSM-5 special report

DSM-5 special report

A special report on the release of the DSM-5, the long-awaited new version of American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

  • Special Report: DSM-5
    30 May 2013
    Comments ( 0 )

    A special report on the release of the DSM-5, the long-awaited new version of American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

  • Adjusting diagnostic tests for the DSM-5
    30 May 2013
    Comments ( 1 )

    As clinicians adopt the new criteria for autism, the many tests now used to diagnose the disorder may need to be modified, says Amy Esler.

     

  • Experts evaluate DSM-5
    30 May 2013
    Comments ( 0 )

    A special report on the DSM-5, the long-awaited revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, has several experts weighing in on the new criteria for autism.

  • DSM-5 may better serve girls with autism
    30 May 2013
    Comments ( 1 )

    The newest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders overtly acknowledges that females with autism may have features that differ from those of males with the disorder, says William Mandy.

  • Despite fears, DSM-5 is a step forward
    30 May 2013
    Comments ( 2 )

    There is little to fear in the definition of autism in the latest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and a lot to recommend it, says Simon Baron-Cohen.